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Facility Team Leader

Guard contract evaluation / reduction. At my site in MD we eliminated one 24 x 7 x 52 guard position and reduced our annual costa by $370,000. I encourage the President to review and scrutiniz the guard force hours at all federal sites. Then have the resolve to eliminate all excess, and save big money instantly. This is an instant win, to help the gov't budget woes.

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Interviews via Teleconference for New Job Applicants

Allow new job applicants to interview via the internet through a webcam. Job interviews can be very expensive, not only for the applicant but also for the Federal Government. Utilizing a webcam can still provide interviewers with a face to face interaction. And, it would allow access to very qualified applicants from remote areas that would not be able to afford a plane flight.

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In House Promotions

Staff should receive promotions in-house whenever possible. This would elimate the several thousand dollars spent on moving a promoted person to their next assignment. In-house promotions are common place in many state agencies and have negligible negative impact on their upward advancement. House hunting trips, moving costs, lodging and additional funds needed to move a person across the country are saved. It is... more »

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Bureau of Prisons Call-Out/Change Sheets

Institutions print out call-outs / change sheets for inmates to view every day. One copy may contain up to 25 pages of entries. As many as 75 copies are made each day for posting in various areas for inmates to read. This accounts for as much as 13125 pages of printed material for one week at one institution. If you two side print the document, it still amounts to 6563 printed pages of material per week for one institution.... more »

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Tele-Job Interviews

Allow applicants from anywhere to be able to interview from anywhere! Use the internet to connect interviewers and interviewees face to face with a simple webcam. This would allow for someone in Alaska to interview for a job in Washington DC. This would save travel costs and give us a wider applicant pool.

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Incentive Program To Identify Employment Law Violations

Establish a confidential incentive program to pay individuals who inform on employers/employees violating employment laws that ultimately leads to a conviction.

Examples:

- employers paying wages 'under the table'

- employers paying illegal aliens

- employees getting paid 'under the table' WHILE the employee currently receives unemployment benefits

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